As excitement builds, the 7th Joma Corsa dei Castelli, organized by Promorun, prepares to light up the streets of Trieste. This year, the event goes beyond competition, embracing sustainability and internationality. Here’s everything you need to know about this year’s event.
Sustainability and Innovation: The Recycled Wood Finisher Medal
With the support of the City of Trieste and the Friuli-Venezia Giulia Region, the event brings sustainability to center stage. The finisher medal is made of recycled wood, with FSC and PEFC® certifications. This symbol of triumph also becomes a banner of environmental responsibility. It is not just a medal, but a manifesto for respect for the environment. Produced by the renowned IFeelWood line, the wood used comes from fallen trees or controlled plantations. In addition, the colors used for printing are carbon neutral, further confirmation of the focus on protecting the planet.
Made from the IFeelWood line, the medals are made from wood from fallen or sustainably harvested trees. Zero-emission printing for color.
Miscellaneous Races: Options for All
In addition to the main 10-kilometer FIDAL-sanctioned race, the event offers the Non-Competitive Ten on the same course and the 8-kilometer Family Run, an event that has been very successful over the years.
An Event for All: From Competition to Inclusiveness
The Joma Corsa dei Castelli offers a variety of races to meet the needs of all participants. In addition to the FIDAL-sanctioned 10-kilometer competitive race, the event also includes the Non-Competitive Ten and the 8-kilometer Family Run.
1st International Road Race Running Match U23
A few hours before the Race of the Castles, U23 athletes from France, Switzerland, Greece, Israel and Norway will compete in an international race, part of the route to the 2024 European Championships in Rome.
What to Expect
Expect a world-class competition, with the hosts facing off against international talent. The race will serve as a prelude to the Joma Corsa dei Castelli, increasing the adrenaline and spectacle.